Earlier reviews of the Prelude Short Stories:Prelude to understanding and enjoyment. 5 Stars E. I. HOOD (Amazon Review)Read this one first ! You will be glad you did.I rarely have had the opportunity to read the prequel before reading the book or series. This was a treat and is making my enjoyment and understanding of the first book in the series multiply tenfold .The author has a style of writing that paints pictures in my mind. I see the characters and what they see as if on a TV screen. There are few authors today about whom I can say this. A great beginning to a great story 5 Stars By Nicholas C. Rossis (Amazon Review)
Having already read book 1, I was familiar with both the series premise and the main characters. Prelude to Nevaeh reads like an extended introduction to the main character, Solomon Roth, and his 3,000 year-long journey to the world of Nevaeh. The only thing not to like about it was its short length, as I would have loved a novel-sized book with the tale of how Roth united Nevaeh under his Dominion. Hopefully, some day Wind will share this story as well.
Another Great PrequelBy Mike Wolfe (Amazon Review)
Prelude To Nevaeh: Part II The Early Days (Tales of Nevaeh) is the second short story giving the reader a quick glimpse into the world author David Wind has created inhis Tales of Nevaeh series. Having read both prequels, I can assure you, I will read the series. I very much like the writing style, and the storyline is very interesting and engaging. Recommended for Fantasy fans.
An elegantly and beautifully written piece
By Alex James (Amazon Review)
Prelude to Nevaeh Part Two of David Wind's fascinating medieval fantasy adventure Tales of Nevaeh is an elegantly and beautifully written piece that places the reader into a nostalgic world of honour, with superb fighting scenes. This part focuses on Roth's fighting skills, profound history, and rising status amongst the powerful women and men of his age, and even delves into his unusual intuitive abilities. Roth's abilities will be in dire need when what appears to be a series of unconnected attacks may represent something far more sinister for Nevaeh.
Hooray for Prequels !
By E.I. Hood (Amazon Review)
This is the second prequel to a really interesting book. I wish I had read both these books BEFORE I read the first book by David Wind. I am glad I found them before I started "The Dark Masters".
There are many subtle hints indicating this story is not all it seems. Pay attention to names of people and places to get your bearings in this fantasy.
From the Author
This novella includes the earlier short stories Prequel To Nevaeh, Part I: Roth and Prequel To Nevaeh, Part II, The Early Days, and completes the back story. This is a full novella.